This book tells of six remarkable Apache women, relating the true deeds and extraordinary encounters faced and overcome by these very remarkable Chiricahua Apache Women of the mid-to- late 1800's. They were bold, courageous, intelligent, and resilient, and they show that they chose their own role in society, at their own time and on their own terms. They are an inspiration for both women and men of modern society. This book also gives some useful background on Apache ways, beliefs, culture, etc.Seeing this, Ussen directed the ablacka spirits to correct this problem. So, Black Water gave the earth its own blood in the form of rivers. Black Metal formed the mountains and the hills, giving the earth strength and form. Black Wind breathed lifeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Against the Wind, Courageous Apache Women|
|Author||:||John P. McWilliams|
|Publisher||:||Page Publishing Inc - 2015-08-24|